Alliance Broadband Comes Up With 1 Gbps Plan With No FUP Limit in Kolkata

Kolkata-based Alliance Broadband has rolled out new high-speed internet packs that offer speeds as high as 1 Gbps. The company has launched amazing offers for both personal and commercial internet users. The company has divided the plans into two types: Truly Unlimited Plans and Fair Usage Policy Plans. Also, Alliance Broadband joins the list of few Internet Service Providers which offers a 1 Gbps broadband connection, after ACT Fibernet and Spectra. But the monthly rental of the 1 Gbps plan is on the steeper side. Let’s take a look at Alliance Broadband’s new broadband plans.


Truly Unlimited Plans
Currently, Alliance Broadband has nine broadband plans as part of its Truly Unlimited packs offering speeds ranging from 60 Mbps to 1 Gbps. The exciting thing is all of these plans come without any FUP limits meaning you can experience the internet without any hiccups.

The topmost plan from Alliance Broadband is the Gigablast Plan that comes with 1Gbps/1024 Mbps speed for unlimited downloads and uploads without any FUP limit. It offers real high-speed internet perfect for streaming HD videos and online gaming. The Gigablast pack costs Rs 13500 for the validity period of 30 days.

Then there is the Innovator Plan offering 500 Mbps speed at Rs 7000 for a period of 30 days. The next in line is the Alliance’s Flash+ which gives users unlimited internet access at 200 Mbps and is priced at Rs 2600.

The Speed+ and Premium+ Plans come with 150 Mbps and 120 Mbps speed and cost upwards of Rs 1500 and 1150 per month. The Preferred+ offers 100 Mbps speed and can be availed at Rs 850 per month.

As part of its basic plans with speeds less than 100 Mbps, Alliance Broadband has three packs namely Prime+, Zoom and Starter. Prime+ offers 80 Mbps speed and starts at Rs 650 while Zoom comes with 70 Mbps speed and costs Rs 600. The Starter plan is the cheapest in the category offering unlimited internet at 60 Mbps speed and costing Rs 500.

All of Truly Unlimited Plan comes with 30 days validity and no FUP limits. The prices of these plans, however, are exclusive of taxes, meaning you’ll have to pay more than the stated prices. These are decent broadband plans.

Fair Usage Policy Plans
Alliance Broadband also has come up with FUP plans aimed at SOHO or commercial users. These FUP plans come with Fair Usage Policy limits, and the internet speed is reduced after usage of specified data.

Under FUP Plans, Alliance Broadband has a total of seven plans. The basic plan Stream with 4 Mbps speed and 20GB data limit is priced at Rs 300. Next is the company’s Express plan that offers 8 Mbps and 60GB data for Rs 1000.

The Prompt, Surge and Brisk plans come with 10 Mbps, 12 Mbps and 16Mbps speed and pack 80GB, 100GB and 140GB data respectively. The plans are priced at Rs 1300, Rs 1600 and Rs 2100. Last on the list are the Accelerate and Agile plans which start for Rs 3200 and Rs 4000. These offer users with 24 Mbps and 36 Mbps of international bandwidth speed and come with 200GB and 250GB of FUP data limits.

Alliance Broadband’s FUP plans too are applicable for a period of 30 days. Though these plans are unlimited, the post FUP usage speed drops down to mere 512 Kbps. The prices are yet again exclusive of taxes.

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May 24, 2018 3:01 am 3:01 AM
It is one thing to advertise high speed and another to actually give it to customers. I took their 60mbps plans and want to give it up! Main reason if the falsehood in advertised speed. What good it is to get 50+mbps speed for 1 – 2 days and then get stuck with 3 – 5mbps the next 6 – 7 days? Their technical team is mostly rude and does not have much technical knowledge. I contacted them 2 nights for resolving the speed issue. The most the technical support guy could do was blame my computer for the slow… Read more »
April 17, 2018 3:56 am 3:56 AM
Comparing the base plan with ACT Fibrenet Hyderabad it is much more cheaper. The basic bandwidth is also higher than ACT Fibrenet. The ACT Fibrenet plan which I use is 40mbps with (150 GB FUP) for which I pay Rs.650 plus 18% GST extra. However Alliance broadband charges Rs.500 + GST for an UNLIMITED Plan. So costwise it is quite judgeable that which city is advance in terms to bandwidth and service. Moreover there is another catch in case of ACT there is a distrubtion box which needs to be installed in customer premises if its a multistorayed building in… Read more »
May 24, 2018 3:11 am 3:11 AM
Comparison of ACT and Alliance truly never arises. Unprofessional Big Attitude and false speed advertising on one hand VS professional customer care and consistent speed on the other! I can vouch for ACT hyderabad. I was there for 3 months this year. Speed hardly drops and Customer service is quick and polite. Compare that with the loads of attitudes thrown by Alliance technical and customer support. Alliance technical staff is mostly rude and unprofessional, their advertised speed is false – you will be luck to get 10mbps+ for 20 days, that too on a 60mbps (previously 40mbps) plan. On a… Read more »
April 16, 2018 3:36 pm 3:36 PM
I mean nice marketing gimmick and all, but being an Alliance use for just over two years I can confirm that their connection is very good for downloading torrents mainly, but overall internet surfing is just average, and online gaming is below average. For European servers on CS the ping remains at 150+, unplayable basically. These fast mbps/gbps plan is all a gimmick, we need quality, stable 10/20 mbps plans at decent rate, not 100 mbps from local hosts and like 2 mbps or less from foreign, distanced sources. Majority of users don’t get the basic, so these companies take… Read more »
April 16, 2018 9:35 pm 9:35 PM

In the end , even at light speed , distance matters. <100 ms to EU server is not possible.

Biswadeep, Kolkata
April 16, 2018 4:56 pm 4:56 PM

Which broadband in Kolkata provides less than 150ms to a EU server ?

And it’s not like 2Mbps or less from overseas server… For my Plan speed is 80Mbps … And I get around 50Mbps from foreign servers … Any one particular server can provide less speed but that’s not the Overall picture